I grew up skiing Sunday River and Saddleback in the '60's and '70's. Great hills. I live in MA now, and am also an NSP member at Berkshire East. I bought a pair of the Experience 98's this year and have found them to be a great ski for patrolling. They will carve - perhaps not like race skis, but perfectly adequately. I can ski bumps on them, they shmear, sideslip and snowplow at will and are very nimble and playful for the size. Very intuitive - pretty much you think what you want them to do and they do it. I don't have enough time in bumps and trees yet this year to comment on that a lot, except to say they have been fine in the bumps that I have done. I ski bumps for fun, not for speed and they have not let me down.
I'm 6'2", about 210#, and ski the 180cm mounted with look pivot bindings (14 DIN I think). I bought the skis from Philpug who honored the pricing and predrilled them for the bindings for a very reasonable price.
I haven't tried the other skis, and have been thinking of buying another ski for bumps, but so far don't know what would be a better bump ski and frankly am not sure I see the need. I keep a pair of the kids old slalom skis around for those really icy days, but really the 98's seem to do pretty well on ice also. Not the scary experience that some people report on some wide skis. So, I give them a thumbs up, but would recommend demoing any ski before you buy it. One man's hero is another man's zero.